NUERBURGRING, Germany, June 27 (Reuters) - BMW and Williams have extended their Formula One partnership for another five years to the end of 2009, they announced on Friday. They said that the new extension would lead to closer integration. "This new contract envisages enhanced integration between the two partners," said BMW board member Burkhard Goeschel in a statement. Team boss Frank Williams said: "I have every confidence that with the structure of this new agreement we will be able ...
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